Supernatural Tales 16 Kindle

August 23, 2014

Supernatural Tales 16 is now available for the Kindle.

Naturally I’ve got a super tale in it. The print edition has been out for a few years, but now you can stick it in your Kindle. Only £1.79.

Supernatural Tales 16

May 13, 2012

Supernatural Tales 16 has sold out. This is the issue with my story, Red Christmas, which went on to win the readers’ poll for best story of the issue.

Editor David Longhorn is considering compiling some of the out-of-print issues or producing a Best of Supernatural Tales anthology. More details when I have them.

Supernatural Tales Offer

April 28, 2012

Supernatural Tales is having a clear-out of back issues and is offering free copies to contributors and dealers. See the link for details.

I especially recommend Supernatural Tales 16. Oh, no particular reason…

Supernatural Poll

September 11, 2010

My story, Red Christmas, has just won the readers poll for best story in Supernatural Tales 16.


More Best Horror of the Year

April 15, 2010

Ellen Datlow awarded honourable mentions to three Interzone stories (Black Static, being naturally more horrific, got twenty-two) and two from Supernatural Tales 16. Check the full lists for 2009 here and here.

The Best Horror of the Year Volume 2

April 7, 2010

I get a mention in Ellen Datlow’s The Best Horror of the Year Volume 2 for my story in Supernatural Tales.


Horror World December 2009

December 27, 2009

Mario Guslandi reviews Supernatural Tales 16 for Horror World Book Reviews.

In The Gloaming

December 22, 2009

Nathaniel Tapley reviews Red Christmas.

Supernatural Tales 16

October 14, 2009

Supernatural Tales 16 has been published. Go here to order it.

More Tales

September 28, 2009










Isn’t that an eerie cover? Supernatural Tales 16 is probably at the printers at this very moment.

I used to be a printer, you know. Printshops are very dangerous places, full of blades and fast machines, and it wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest if some real human blood was incorporated into the contents. I hope that thought doesn’t keep you up at nights after you’ve read it.

Supernatural Tales 16

September 23, 2009

The Autumn/Winter issue of Supernatural Tales will see stories from Ray Russell, Michael Chislett, Tina Rath, Gary Fry, William I. I. Read, Jane Jakeman and – cough – me (with Red Christmas). Reviews and articles can be expected. It’s been officially Autumn for a couple of days now, so it’s also time to place your order, methinks.